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Greece: Corporate tax rate reduction, other measures for 2019

Greece: Corporate tax rate reduction, other measures

The corporate income tax rate for most corporations (except for credit institutions) will be reduced under a phased-in schedule, as follows:

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  • 28% for 2019
  • 27% for 2020
  • 26% for 2021
  • 25% for 2022 and later tax years

The corporate income tax rate for credit institutions will remain at 29% for these tax years.

Other measures provide that capital gains tax from the sale of real estate by individual taxpayers will be “suspended” for an additional tax year, until 31 December 2019.

 

Read a December 2018 report [PDF 362 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Greece

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